Huayi Brothers Media, one of China's largest movie groups, forecasts that its full year profitability will be largely unchanged in 2016. That’s despite a dramatic slowdown in the growth of China's…
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James Wang (aka Wang Zhonglei), co-chief of China’s Huayi Brothers Media, poured cold water on the notion that the Communist Party is behind Chinese companies’ recent incursions into Hollywood. “This…
Leading Chinese movie studio Huayi Brothers Media has finalized its acquisition of a strategic 20% stake in mobile online games company Hero Entertainment. The deal is valued at $288 million (RMB1.9…
Huayi Brothers Media buys 26% stake in South Korean talent management firm SIM Entertainment.
Los Angeles-based IM Global has added two upcoming titles from leading Chinese studio Huayi Brothers to its sales slate at FilMart.
Joe Aguilar, former head of production at Oriental DreamWorks, becomes CEO of a new animation division at China's Huayi Brothers.
China's leading movie studio, Huayi Brothers Media has struck a film production pact with Chinese electronics giant Xiaomi.
Chinese e-commerce giant has spent $24 billion on m&a in past 24 months, much of it in entertainment
Starry cast assembled for Rob Minkoff-produced animated family comedy "Blazing Samurai."
Huayi Brothers, China's largest private-sector film company, has sold $560 million of new shares to a quartet of institutional and corporate investors, including Alibaba and Tencent.
The Chinese group that pacted with emerging Hollywood studio STX Entertainment, is looking forward to its share of revenues from "The Gift."
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